Month: October 2016

How To Use Exit Surveys In Conjunction With Exit Interviews

When an employee announces that he or she is leaving a company, it’s a common human resource practice to conduct an exit interview. The purpose is to determine why an employee is leaving by giving them a chance to share their objective thoughts, with the hopes that either the company can convince them to stay, […]






How to Drive Participation in Your Employee Survey

Workplace studies have shown over and over again the value of conducting regular employee engagement surveys. However, one of the common issues with using traditional 360 feedback is getting actual participation from the employees themselves. There’s an old saying that goes, “You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.” This […]